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Old 18th November 2019, 03:16 AM   #2961
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@amigo1 - I did a build of Volumio back in Spring of 2018 from that how-to. I'm not sure what exact version of Volumio it was, but it was definitely v2. I had to use a Debian Jessie VM to get it to work. Mac user here. Stretch - no dice. I'd like to try again, but was hoping someone had already done so. I've asked on Volumio's forums, but no dice there either.
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Old 18th November 2019, 08:08 PM   #2962
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@amigo1 - I did a build of Volumio back in Spring of 2018 from that how-to. I'm not sure what exact version of Volumio it was, but it was definitely v2. I had to use a Debian Jessie VM to get it to work. Mac user here. Stretch - no dice. I'd like to try again, but was hoping someone had already done so. I've asked on Volumio's forums, but no dice there either.
Thank you! I have heard your image. Аs far as I know nobody has done it in 2019 ?
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Old Yesterday, 08:28 AM   #2963
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OK I have built a new image. It's still based on Jessie, not Buster. I believe the RPi images that Volumio provides are the same - based on Jessie. I haven't tested everything, but Botic driver is there and is a choice in Volumio. Kernel is boticized as well. The only thing I noticed that I'm not sure about is the "MyVolumio" feature. Not sure how that is supposed to work.


Here's a dropbox link... Not sure how long I'll leave it up.
Dropbox - Volumio2.668-2019-11-18-bbb.img.xz - Simplify your life
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Old Yesterday, 09:36 AM   #2964
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OK I have built a new image. It's still based on Jessie, not Buster. I believe the RPi images that Volumio provides are the same - based on Jessie. I haven't tested everything, but Botic driver is there and is a choice in Volumio. Kernel is boticized as well. The only thing I noticed that I'm not sure about is the "MyVolumio" feature. Not sure how that is supposed to work.


Here's a dropbox link... Not sure how long I'll leave it up.
Dropbox - Volumio2.668-2019-11-18-bbb.img.xz - Simplify your life
Thank you for Volumio2.668 for beaglebone black! You are real geek !
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OK I have built a new image. It's still based on Jessie, not Buster. I believe the RPi images that Volumio provides are the same - based on Jessie. I haven't tested everything, but Botic driver is there and is a choice in Volumio. Kernel is boticized as well. The only thing I noticed that I'm not sure about is the "MyVolumio" feature. Not sure how that is supposed to work.


Here's a dropbox link... Not sure how long I'll leave it up.
Dropbox - Volumio2.668-2019-11-18-bbb.img.xz - Simplify your life
Would you so kind as to write checksum SHA 256?
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Old Today, 04:07 AM   #2966
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I think the image creation process creates one. I can include it in a little bit...
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Here's the md5...


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